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Just joined Chowhound, so forgive me if I bust any Hound specific etiquette.

The girlfriend and I are planning on taking a short road trip/picnic on Thanksgiving. We'd like to get some primo-Turkey Day sandwiches without cooking up a Turkey Day feast for just two people.

Any tips for where to get a Thanksgiving sandwich on Thanksgiving day? We're willing to travel up to Santa Barbara or down to the southern reaches of OC, perhaps slightly further.

Thanks in advance for any feedback!

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  1. You will need to do your homework to see if any of these places are actually open when you need them on Thanksgiving Day, or not: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/873126

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    1. re: Servorg

      Pann's will be open on Thanksgiving morning, regular menu from 8am till 1pm, after that just turkey dinners till closing at 5pm.
      http://www.panns.com

    2. I haven't been there in a while, but Joe's Cafe in Santa Barbara had good roast turkey sandwiches, see if you can find any recent reviews
      http://www.joescafesb.com/

      1. Capriottis.com. Either the "Bobbie" or the "Cran-slam" sounds like what you're looking for. Great back east sandwich chain on the west coast. Enjoy!

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        1. re: Ollie

          +1 on Capriottis. There are only a few locations in Greater Los Angeles; I've only been to the one in Encino on Ventura near Havenhurst.

          The Bobbie is awesome.